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    Gluten Free Sourdough

    PaulaG
    Sun Oct 03, 2010 12:30 pm
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    I am new to gluten free and have had so many disasters lately. I am very excited about my newest gluten free recipes.

    Gluten Free Brown Rice Sourdough Starter
    Multi-Grain Gluten Free Sourdough Waffles

    The finished product:

    **Jubes**
    Tue Oct 05, 2010 6:29 am
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    wave.gif Hi Paula

    Thankyou for sharing your recipes icon_biggrin.gif

    Your waffle photo has me drooling in both this forum and the Aussie Forum icon_smile.gif

    I love waffles yummy.gif

    Julie
    PaulaG
    Tue Oct 05, 2010 7:15 am
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    My pleasure. After a couple of gluten free baking disasters I was very excited over my success. Paula
    duonyte
    Sat Nov 06, 2010 9:58 pm
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    Paula, I wanted to point out the starter in this recipe to you - no flour, just potato in it. Very different. Sourdough bread and starter
    PaulaG
    Sun Nov 07, 2010 10:47 am
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    I will have to give that a try. Thanks
    Jellyqueen
    Mon Dec 06, 2010 11:40 am
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    duonyte wrote:
    Paula, I wanted to point out the starter in this recipe to you - no flour, just potato in it. Very different. Sourdough bread and starter


    This is the starter that I have. My question is....has anyone tried this with just the rice flour in place of the regular wheat flour? Do you need to add anything else? I am totally new to glutten free....in fact, not really glutten free at this point, but trying my best to get there!!

    I can use all the help and tips that I can get.

    Like many of you, I have been to multiple doctors with the fibro myalgia and chronic fatigue syndrone.....all I could get was more meds that really didn't work, and "you're just going to have to learn to live with it". Sorry, but as a nurse, I don't think that is an acceptable answer.....then a new friend told me she thought I needed to give Glutten Free a try. She told me it made a world of difference in her life, and that she was pretty much where I am now a couple of years ago....this lady does not present as anyone who has health problems....so I am giving this a shot. Sure hope it works.

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    PaulaG
    Mon Dec 06, 2010 11:48 am
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    Hi Jellyqueeen! Sorry to hear about your problems. I am new to gluten free but am learning. I am working very hard to develop a gf sourdough bread that works for me. I haven't used that starter but have posted Gluten Free Brown Rice Sourdough Starter which is still going strong. I use King Arthur brand brown rice flour. It has a better consistency than most others I have tried. This starter also makes very good waffles which I have also posted, Multi-Grain Gluten Free Sourdough Waffles.

    I do empathize with you. I have had symptoms for quite a while and feared that I would have to have surgery on my wrists for tendinitis. Since being gf the pain is gone. I do have more energy and generally feel much better.
    Jellyqueen
    Mon Dec 06, 2010 3:15 pm
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    I will have to order me some of that flour....I have just bought the plain rice flour that I can get here in the local Walmart store. Live in a rural setting, so I have to order a lot of my special stuff. But it is well worth it if it makes me feel better.

    It is amazing how much difference I have felt with just trying to avoid as much glutten products as possible. I have not really even made a lot of efforts yet, so I am hoping for good results. My friend and her husband both say that she has her life back since she has gone glutten free. The reason she was telling me about this was that I made the statement that I could live with the pain, but being bone tired all the time was beginning to get me down. She said that was exactly how she felt before they found that she was glutten intolerant....

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    PaulaG
    Mon Dec 06, 2010 3:50 pm
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    Jellyqueen, I do understand. King Arthur Flour ships pretty fast. All of their gluten free products have been amazing. I make and use their Brown Rice Flour Blend whenever a recipe calls for gluten free all-purpose flour. I hope it works for you. Keep me posted. Paula
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